Since 1998, Qnet has had a big financial impact on the global market, and under the direction of leader Vijay Eswaran, the company looks poised to continue this upward trend.
Formally known under numerous names, including GoldQuest, QI Limited, and Questnet, Qnet is a sales corporation that focuses on a direct selling approach. One of the variables effecting the success of Qnet is the wide variety of products that the company sells, which ranges from energy and weight management plans to luxury goods and fashion accessories.
The company thrives on multi-level marketing and direct selling platforms. These platforms are operated by individual representatives, with their profits being based on the volume of their sales and referrals. Qnet considers itself to be a worldwide entity, with offices located everywhere from Indonesia and the Philippines to areas in Vietnam and Taiwan.
In 2002, the company branched out, with their focus expanding to travel and vacations. They then acquired the store, Down To Earth, a vegetarian health store in Hawaii.
Qnet was founded by current CEO, Vijay Eswaran. A true business professional, Mr. Eswaran built his company from a strong foundation, earning his MBA from Southern Illinois University, before gaining a professional qualification at the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. In addition to his corporate efforts, Mr. Eswaran is a motivational speaker and book author. His books, “On the Wings of Thought” and “In the Thinking Zone” are inspirational tales for people looking to follow in the successful businessman’s footsteps.
It is Mr. Eswaran’s commitment to service that helps Qnet thrive. The company relies on a certain gathering of core values, which they refer to as S.T.I.R. This acronym refers to their commitment to service, teamwork, integrity and results, a strategy they use for every product that they push. In addition, Qnet strives to accomplish their daily mission of RHYTHM, which means Raise Yourself To Help Mankind.
The company also holds their own sporting event, in the form of the QNet Open. In this tournament, female tennis professionals play head to head on outdoor courts. The first event, the $50,000 ITF Women’s Circuit tournament, was held last year in New Delhi, India.
This is just the tip of the iceberg for Qnet, and the company shows no signs of slowing down.